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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
EPSRC is the UK's main funding agency for engineering and physical sciences research. We are part of UK Research and Innovation ().
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Office for Artificial Intelligence 7h
🔴 The Statement of Intent with the USA on AI is a shared vision for driving AI tech breakthroughs for the benefit of our citizens. ⚪️ It outlines a commitment to the development of responsible and its uses, inc. science, education and healthcare. 🔵
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UK Research and Innovation Sep 21
UK scientists, researchers and businesses can apply for funding from the European Commission’s €1bn Green Deal call, part of the programme: . The closing date is 26 January 2021.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council 11h
We're looking for people with a diverse range of expertise and experience to join our Strategic Advisory Network. The network provides advice and guidance to the EPSRC Executive to develop cross-cutting strategies, test ideas + enable two-way dialogue More
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 24
Supercomputer Archer has contributed to a 'game-changing' discovery about the structure of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which could help design drugs that can target the virus more effectively. Find out more:
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Met Office Science Sep 24
'Aircraft measurements of air quality in the UK' - read new article on website about the Atmospheric Survey Aircraft, which is collecting air quality observations thanks to funding from
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 24
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 24
The internet plays a vital role in many of our lives, especially in the current pandemic. We awarded £6m to the Airguide Photonics project , where researchers are working on hollow fibre technology that can deliver the fast and reliable internet of the future.
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Alan Hunter Sep 23
I'm proud to be co-leading the UKAN+ special interest group on underwater acoustics. I look forward to working more closely with our academic and industry partners.
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Pancreatic Cancer UK Sep 22
UPDATE: We’ve received lots of fantastic applications, but as it’s an unprecedented time for researchers, we have decided to extend the deadline for our virtual sandpit workshop to 30 September. Find out more: and
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Maisie Keogh Aug 13
So excited to share my recent article for This is for everyone who is battling with these feelings - you deserve to be doing a PhD and your contributions are valuable 😊
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 23
Congratulations to Professor Bill Drury on his election as a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Prof Drury plays a vital role within as the Steering and Advisory Group Chair at the EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics. Read more:
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 23
We've awarded £1.3 million to and for EPSRC UK Acoustics Network Plus (UKAN+), coordinating high impact research to keep the UK at the forefront of the global industry. Read more:
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Science and Innovation at Cancer Research UK Sep 21
The application deadline for our virtual sandpit workshop has been extended to 30 September. This year's theme: applying novel technological approaches for the early detection of pancreatic cancer. Apply now: and
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UK Research and Innovation Sep 21
New opportunity for UKRI doctoral students – travel to Canada for a 12-week research placement with the UK-Canada Globalink Doctoral Exchange Scheme, in partnership with . Find out more:
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UK Research and Innovation Sep 17
Thinking of applying for COVID-19 funding? Make sure you check our new topic map first. It makes it easy to visualise UKRI's existing COVID-19 portfolio and see where your idea could fit into the landscape. Take a look:
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Edinburgh Robotics Sep 18
Can your class master Mars? School robot competition, organised by UK-RAS Network & Twinkl, open to school groups aged between 8 and 14 years. Closing date Friday 23rd October. More info
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 17
With processing power equivalent to 250,000 laptops, the new funded supercomputer ARCHER2 is capable of highly complex virtual experiments, allowing researchers to simulate real-world scenarios and explore new ideas.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 17
Our Decarbonising Heating and Cooling call closes soon. We're looking for research spanning the remit of EPSRC and/or , with an economic and/or social science component. Deadline on 1 October 2020. Learn more:
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sep 16
From robots disinfecting hospitals to delivering vital supplies, medical robotics have played a key role in the COVID-19 response. Our Medical Robotics for Contagious Diseases Challenge with & closes 30 September:
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UK Research and Innovation Sep 14
The National Quantum Computing Centre, our first owned centre in collaboration with and , is now on LinkedIn. 👀Take a look:
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